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Baidu Will Test Its Self-Driving Cars In The United States

03/17/2016, Some of the biggest tech companies around the world are working on autonomous car technology as many of them hope to launch a commercial model before 2020. Baidu, often referred to as the Google of China, is working on its very own self-driving car and...

New Chevrolet Malibu Reminds Drivers To Keep To Speed Limit

03/16/2016, Chevrolet has long been an American household name where cars are concerned, and back in the late 1960s and early 1970s, the Chevy Malibu was one of the faces of teen rebellion. Well, if we were to fast forward to today, the 2016 model of the Chevy Malibu...

Tesla Confirms March 31st Event For Model 3 Launch

03/16/2016, Tesla fans are quite excited to see what the company has up its sleeve. The Model 3 has been in development for a few years and it’s going to be the first truly mass-market electric car from Tesla as it’s going to be priced around $35,000. The...

Analyst Thinks Apple Car Could Cost $75,000

03/15/2016, There is a rumor going around that Apple could be making a car of their own. The company’s recent hires, many of which are from the automotive industry, seem to point towards that. While it’s unclear as to what kind of features or specs the alleged...

Google Integrates More Car Services In Google Maps

03/15/2016, There are rumors that Google is developing its own Uber competitor but until that happens it’s going to allow you to hail an Uber from the Google Maps app. Uber was actually one of the first car services that were integrated into Maps but it’s...

Lyft Drivers Can Now Rent Cars From GM

03/15/2016, Lyft and General Motors are working together closely on autonomous or self-driving cars. GM has committed to invest $500 million in the ride-sharing service and one can imagine that they’re looking into other avenues to further expand their...

Honda’s Acura NSX Supercar Gets The Pulse Racing

03/14/2016, Honda is no stranger to churning out quality sedans for the family, but when it comes to quickening the pulse of the driver, there has been classics like the Honda S2000, as well as the NSX supercar. Well, it seems that Honda’s Acura luxury brand might...

Nissan Issues Recall For 47,000 Leaf Electric Cars

03/13/2016, Nissan has issued a recall for almost 47,000 of its Leaf electric cars, 46,859 to be precise, the recall includes Leaf models from 2013 to 2015 and has been issued because of potential braking issues. The Leaf might encounter trouble braking in extremely...

Honda Clarity Fuel Cell Car Goes On Sale

03/10/2016, It was back at the Los Angeles Auto 2015 that Honda showcased the Clarity, it’s new fuel cell sedan, and earlier this year the company confirmed that the Clarity will be sold through selected dealers in the United States. If you’re of those...

Watch Google’s Self-Driving Car Hit A Bus

03/09/2016, It was at the end of last month that we brought you news on how Google’s self-driving car actually hit a bus, and Google did do the right thing by admitting to their mistake. Well, since a picture speaks a thousand words, how many more volumes can be...

Hacker Leaks New Upgrade For Tesla Model S

03/09/2016, An ethical hacker and Tesla Model S owner appears to have discovered the next big update for the Tesla Model S, and it’s not a software update, it’s one where Tesla rolls out a more powerful version of its flagship electric car with a 100...

New York City’s WiFi-Equipped Buses To Debut In Queens This Year

03/09/2016, Our mobile internet has come a long, long way from back in the days of GPRS. Not only are they faster now, but reception and coverage has also improved leaps and bounds. Unfortunately sometimes there are some areas in which reception or speed might not be...

Ford Patents Autonomous Vehicle Entertainment System

03/08/2016, Self-driving cars do seem to be well on their way in becoming mainstream vehicles, although there is still much more room for improvement in order to avoid accidents such as crashing into a bus. Hence, additional tests are still mandatory, but this does...